Julie T. Wallace is the daughter of the late Scottish actor Andrew Keir, and is the sister of the actors Sean Keir and Deirdre Keir. She stands 6 feet 2 inches tall (188 cm).
She made her television debut in the title role in the BBC TV dramatisation of Fay Weldon's The Life and Loves of a She-Devil in 1986. The following year, she made a cameo playing the part of Rosika Miklos in the James Bond film The Living Daylights. She starred in The Comic Strip Presents... "Queen of the Wild Frontier." In 1996, she was featured as Serpentine in Neil Gaiman's BBC miniseries Neverwhere. She also played Major Iceborg in the 1997 cult classic The Fifth Element.
She has continued to make regular film and television appearances in supporting roles, with recurring roles in Last of the Summer Wine and Catterick. Most recently, she appeared in the short film Rita alongside Edward Bryant.
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